Pavel Radzivilovsky

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location Tel Aviv, Israel
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I am a physicist, businessman and engineer.

I have founded VisionMap ltd. which is developing systems for airborne mapping, comprised of unique hardware and mission-critical software.

Religious

With respect to StackOverflow

I believe there's great value to short, clear and "to the point" answers, telling the user exactly which direction he should be moving. It is okay to add an answer repeating what was already said if it has more concise and better wording. Like with Google Search, think of reducing the time it taskes to get the satisfied reader off the answer page as quickly as possible.

Blaise Pascal: "If I had more time, I would have written you a shorter letter"

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Contact me at

pavel (papa alpha victor echo lima) at teramips dot com.


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asked Different size or different sizes?
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awarded  Precognitive
Dec
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answered What's the opposite for “steep learning curve”?
Nov
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answered What does “it” refer to in “it's raining”?
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
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comment Why do English writers avoid explicit numerals?
and yet, it seems to be english-specific.
Aug
24
answered Why did the word “Internet” change from a noncount to count noun?
Aug
24
answered What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?
Aug
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comment What words are commonly mispronounced by literate people who read them before they heard them?
+1 for superbowl, but what are the two ways to pronounce this?
Aug
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answered What is the origin of the word “goodbye”?
Aug
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asked Using 'stuck' as a verb
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comment Why do English writers avoid explicit numerals?
@bruno, In russian "ты мне должен 10 рублей" looks perfect. In Hebrew, "מהירות האור שווה ל-1 במערכת יחידות נכונה" looks perfect, despite that this afro-semitic language has genders for all numerals and reading it out loud would constitute an additional mental effort to recognize gender from context, as well as to switch bidi reading order twice. In Italian, from Oriana Fallaci's book la rabbia e orgoglio: "Erano le 9 e un quarto, ora" you see one number actually broken into a combination of digits and letters.
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Student
Aug
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asked Why do English writers avoid explicit numerals?
Aug
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comment Can a sentence start with “Because”?
I didn't quite understand you guys. "Why have you stayed?" "because it was raining." Why would this be wrong?
Aug
14
comment What is the correct way to pluralize an acronym?
thanks, edited.
Aug
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revised What is the correct way to pluralize an acronym?
added 171 characters in body
Aug
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comment “Synced” or “synched”
Because they are not in the dictionary.